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Title: DRAFT PSDP PROPOSALS


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DRAFT PSDP PROPOSALS
29 July 2010
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ACHIEVEMENTS TO DATE
  • PHASE 1
  • COMPLETE PROJECT ESTABLISHED, WEBSITE OPERATING
    AND BEING AUGMENTED
  • PHASE 2
  • COMPLETE CONTEXTUAL ANALYSIS CONDUCTED AND
    BRANDING ESTABLISHED
  • PHASE 3
  • COMPLETE SYNTHESIS OF FINDINGS AND STAKEHOLDER
    ENGAGEMENT CONDUCTED
  • PHASE 4
  • COMPLETE DEVELOPMENT PHILOSOPHY
  • PHASE 5
  • DRAFT PSDP, TOOLKITS AND STAKEHOLDER CONSULTATION
    COMMENCED
  • PHASE 6
  • FINAL PSDP PENDING

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TIMEFRAMES
TASK DETAIL   Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep
TASK DETAIL   2009 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010
PHASE 1 - PROJECT INCEPTION Completed                  
PHASE 2 - CONTEXTUAL ANALYSIS                    
PHASE 3 - SYNTHESIS OF KEY ISSUES                    
Regional Meetings   X XX XX            
PHASE 4 - DEVELOPMENT PHILOSOPHY                    
Strategic Session with Stakeholders         X         
Regional Meetings           XX XX     
PHASE 5 - AWARENESS CAMPAIGN/FINAL PSDP                    
Provincial Spatial Development Plan Summit                 X  
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  • DEVELOPMENT PHILOSOPHY

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CORE VALUES
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FUTURE SCENARIOS
  • DYNAMIC AND UNMANAGED DEVELOPMENT
  • CONTINUED SPRAWL, POVERTY AND SLUM CONDITIONS,
    DECLINE IN ECONOMY AND MARGINALISED AREAS GROW IN
    SIGNIFICANCE (POVERTY STRICKEN EASTERN CAPE)

MANAGED AND GUIDED DEVELOPMENT MANAGED SOCIO
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT THROUGH MULTI SECTORAL
DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES USING INTEGRATED SPATIAL
PLANNING AND SHARED IMPACT AREAS WITH A SINGLE
LEGAL SYSTEM AND WALL TO WALL LAND USE MANAGEMENT
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FUTURE SPATIAL VISION
  • A spatial development framework of
  • managed human settlements clustered in
    settlement regions and corridors, alongside
    productive precincts, managed ecological natural
    resource areas, connected to a network of
    strategic transportation routes, open to the
    global, national and provincial economies.

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SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT PRINCIPLES
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SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK
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FUTURE SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORKS
  • INSTITUTIONALISING OF SDFS
  • INTEGRATING ALL SECTOR PLANS IN THE IDP
  • COMMUNITY BASED PLANNING PARTICIPATION
  • CASCADE OF PLANS
  • PROJECT FUNDING LINKED TO SDFS
  • UNIFIED LEGISLATION

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  • APPLIED EXAMPLE

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LAND USE MANAGEMENT
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LUMS GUIDELINES
SDF LAN USE CATEGORY DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES PSDP LAND USE TYPE COMMON TERMS LAND USE MANAGEMENT GUIDELINES ON PREFERRED OUTCOMES
ENVIRONMENTAL AREAS Protection of the core bio-diversity areas, natural resources and the ecological system through integration and alignment of SDFs with the environmental policy and spatial frameworks. Core Biodiversity Category 1, Wetlands, Coastal Zone, Protected Reserves Land Use No buildings, tented camps or huts. Only walking and horse-riding trails Includes the Natural Landscapes as reflected in the EC Bio-Diversity Conservation Plan (BLMC 1) No agricultural uses. No development other than eco-tourism and soft-adventure activities Level of Infrastructure and Services No infrastructure or services No permanent physical structures Only management activities should be maintenance of the trails, collection of sites of cultural and historical significance Access along existing paths/trails only. No roads permitted.
ENVIRONMENTAL AREAS Protection of the core bio-diversity areas, natural resources and the ecological system through integration and alignment of SDFs with the environmental policy and spatial frameworks. Conservation Nature reserve, Floodplain, River corridor, Indigenous forest, Heritage site Land Use No buildings, tented camps or huts. Only walking and horse-riding trails Includes the Natural Landscapes as reflected in the EC Bio-Diversity Conservation Plan (BLMC 1) No agricultural uses. No development other than eco-tourism and soft-adventure activities Level of Infrastructure and Services No infrastructure or services No permanent physical structures Only management activities should be maintenance of the trails, collection of sites of cultural and historical significance Access along existing paths/trails only. No roads permitted.
HUMAN SETTLEMENTS Managed development of compact and sustainable human settlements with appropriate infrastructure, amenities and socio-economic opportunities. Major Settlements / City Region (e.g. Nelson Mandela Bay, Buffalo City, Greater Mthatha, Greater Queenstown) Cities, Large towns, Large urban built-up areas, CBDs, Industrial development zones, Industrial complexes, Peri-urban interface Typical Land Uses Residential, business and offices, CBDs / mixed use, industrial, Government and municipal purposes, civic and social, small-scale agriculture, transport and access, utilities and services, sport, leisure and recreation , tourism facilities (including hotels, resorts, bed and breakfast accommodation, camp sites and caravan parks). Level of infrastructure and services Full Municipal Services according to available resources
HUMAN SETTLEMENTS Managed development of compact and sustainable human settlements with appropriate infrastructure, amenities and socio-economic opportunities. Settlement Settlement Regions (e.g., Lusikisiki, Stutterheim, Mt.Frere- Mt Ayliff, Port St. Johns) Local centre / Small towns, Built-up areas, Transitional / Interface areas / Peri-urban areas, Compact villages Typical Land Uses Residential, business and offices, CBDs / mixed use, industrial, Government and municipal purposes, civic and social uses, agriculture, transport and access, utilities and services, sport, leisure and recreation , tourism facilities. Level of infrastructure and services Basic to Full Municipal Services according to available resources
HUMAN SETTLEMENTS Managed development of compact and sustainable human settlements with appropriate infrastructure, amenities and socio-economic opportunities. Dispersed Settlement (Cambdeboo,Garie, Ntabankulu) Scattered or dispersed villages / built-up areas, homestead, Resorts Typical Land Use Residential, agriculture, woodlots, social facilities, recreational facilities, shops, taverns, small-scale commercial activities, tourism and nature reserves. Level of infrastructure and services At Least Basic level as Resources Permit
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SDF LAND USE CATEGORY DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES PSDP LAND USE TYPE COMMON TERMS LAND USE MANAGEMENT GUIDELINES ON PREFERRED OUTCOMES
RESOURCE AREAS Integrated and broad based agrarian transformation leading to sustainable livelihoods, increased rural economic development and improved land reform. Agriculture (Arable Grazing) Forestry Tourism Mining Quarrying Renewable Energy Potential Subsistence / Commercial Farming, Rural Areas Commercial Plantation , Indigenous Forest Heritage resources, Attractions, Lodges, Holiday Resorts/Camps, Tourist Routes Sand Mining Mineral Mining Wind Farms, Nuclear, Bio Gas, Hydro-Electric, Solar Agricultural activities, tourism, resorts, nature reserves (Public and Private)
RESOURCE AREAS Integrated and broad based agrarian transformation leading to sustainable livelihoods, increased rural economic development and improved land reform. Agriculture (Arable Grazing) Forestry Tourism Mining Quarrying Renewable Energy Potential Subsistence / Commercial Farming, Rural Areas Commercial Plantation , Indigenous Forest Heritage resources, Attractions, Lodges, Holiday Resorts/Camps, Tourist Routes Sand Mining Mineral Mining Wind Farms, Nuclear, Bio Gas, Hydro-Electric, Solar Afforested areas and associated infrastructure
RESOURCE AREAS Integrated and broad based agrarian transformation leading to sustainable livelihoods, increased rural economic development and improved land reform. Agriculture (Arable Grazing) Forestry Tourism Mining Quarrying Renewable Energy Potential Subsistence / Commercial Farming, Rural Areas Commercial Plantation , Indigenous Forest Heritage resources, Attractions, Lodges, Holiday Resorts/Camps, Tourist Routes Sand Mining Mineral Mining Wind Farms, Nuclear, Bio Gas, Hydro-Electric, Solar Tourism attractions, accommodation and infrastructure.
RESOURCE AREAS Integrated and broad based agrarian transformation leading to sustainable livelihoods, increased rural economic development and improved land reform. Agriculture (Arable Grazing) Forestry Tourism Mining Quarrying Renewable Energy Potential Subsistence / Commercial Farming, Rural Areas Commercial Plantation , Indigenous Forest Heritage resources, Attractions, Lodges, Holiday Resorts/Camps, Tourist Routes Sand Mining Mineral Mining Wind Farms, Nuclear, Bio Gas, Hydro-Electric, Solar . A positive RoD for an EIA and a permit from DME are a pre-requisite for an application for sand mining. Any application without an approved EIA or DME permit should be considered illegal. Managed construction of legal roads to legal sand mining sites will significantly reduce the incidence of illegal activities and the environmental degradation associated with sand mining
RESOURCE AREAS Integrated and broad based agrarian transformation leading to sustainable livelihoods, increased rural economic development and improved land reform. Agriculture (Arable Grazing) Forestry Tourism Mining Quarrying Renewable Energy Potential Subsistence / Commercial Farming, Rural Areas Commercial Plantation , Indigenous Forest Heritage resources, Attractions, Lodges, Holiday Resorts/Camps, Tourist Routes Sand Mining Mineral Mining Wind Farms, Nuclear, Bio Gas, Hydro-Electric, Solar All applications require bankable feasibility, full EIA and permit from DME. All require a full EIA, including a cost-benefit analysis of the proposed development has to be conducted and approved by the relevant environmental authority.
RESOURCE AREAS Integrated and broad based agrarian transformation leading to sustainable livelihoods, increased rural economic development and improved land reform. Agriculture (Arable Grazing) Forestry Tourism Mining Quarrying Renewable Energy Potential Subsistence / Commercial Farming, Rural Areas Commercial Plantation , Indigenous Forest Heritage resources, Attractions, Lodges, Holiday Resorts/Camps, Tourist Routes Sand Mining Mineral Mining Wind Farms, Nuclear, Bio Gas, Hydro-Electric, Solar A positive RoD for an EIA and a permit from DME are a pre-requisite for an application for renewable energy provision.
INFRASTRUCTURE Efficient, integrated spatial development of infrastructure and transport systems in shared focus areas Strategic Transport Routes Communications Alternative Energy Municipal Higher Order Infrastructure - Roads, Rail, Sea, Air Cellular masts, Radio Telecommunication Wind Turbines, Solar Panels,Water Services, Cemeteries, Electrical facilities Requirements of the National Environmental Management Act apply and usually a full EIA is required for all new roads, railways, airports, seaports and upgrading of existing ones.
INFRASTRUCTURE Efficient, integrated spatial development of infrastructure and transport systems in shared focus areas Strategic Transport Routes Communications Alternative Energy Municipal Higher Order Infrastructure - Roads, Rail, Sea, Air Cellular masts, Radio Telecommunication Wind Turbines, Solar Panels,Water Services, Cemeteries, Electrical facilities Certain applications require an EIA and special consent of the Municipality. These must be carefully placed to avoid visual impacts on landscapes of significant symbolic, aesthetic, cultural or historic value and should blend in with the surrounding as far as possible.
INFRASTRUCTURE Efficient, integrated spatial development of infrastructure and transport systems in shared focus areas Strategic Transport Routes Communications Alternative Energy Municipal Higher Order Infrastructure - Roads, Rail, Sea, Air Cellular masts, Radio Telecommunication Wind Turbines, Solar Panels,Water Services, Cemeteries, Electrical facilities A positive RoD for an EIA and a permit from DME are a pre-requisite for an application for alternative energy installation
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STRATEGIC SPATIAL FRAMEWORK
  • OBJECTIVE
  • POLICY CONTEXT
  • EXPLANATION
  • SPATIAL ACTION PLAN

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ENVIRONMENT
  • OBJECTIVES
  • PROTECTION OF NATURAL RESOURCES, CORE
    BIODIVERSITY AREAS
  • POLICY ALIGNMENT
  • UNIVERSAL WALL TO WALL MAPPING OF ENVIRONMENTAL
    AREAS
  • SET ASIDE EXISTING AND PROPOSED ECOLOGICAL
    CORRIDORS AND INTEGRATE INTO SETTLEMENT AND CITY
    REGION DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES
  • IDENTIFY RENEWABLE ENERGY POTENTIAL AREAS
  • DISTRIBUTE ENVIRONMENTAL SPATIAL GUIDELINES TO
    ALL DECISION MAKERS

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SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND HUMAN SETTLEMENT
  • DENSIFICATION OF EXISTING AREAS TO ECONOMIC
    CLUSTERS ALONG TRANSPORT ROUTES
  • SUSTAINABLE SETTLEMENTS WITHIN DEVELOPMENT
    CORRIDORS
  • INTEGRATED AND COMPREHENSIVE INFRASTRUCTURE
    PLANNING, IMPLEMENTATION AND MONITORING
  • PROACTIVELY PREPARE FOR AND ACCOMMODATE THE
    DEMAND FOR LAND
  • FORMALISING AND UPGRADING OF INFORMAL SETTLEMENTS
  • OBJECTIVES
  • MANAGED DEVELOPMENT OF COMPACT, SUSTAINABLE HUMAN
    SETTLEMENTS WITH INFRASTRUCTURE, AMENITIES AND
    SOCIO-ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES

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RURAL DEVELOPMENT
  • OBJECTIVES
  • INTEGRATED AGRARIAN TRANSFORMATION LEADING TO
    SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS
  • INCREASED RURAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
  • IMPROVED LAND REFORM
  • MAPPING OF AGRO-ECOLOGICAL AREAS AND CONSERVATION
    FOR FOOD SECURITY
  • LAND TENURE REFORM
  • SOUND LAND ADMINISTRATION SYSTEMS AND CAPACITY
  • MOBILISED COMMUNITIES CENTRAL TO PLANNING
  • IDENTIFICATION OF FOCUS AREAS
  • ENABLING ACCESS TO LAND FOR ENTERPRISE
    DEVELOPMENT
  • MAINTAINED RURAL ACCESS ROADS AND TRANSPORT
    SYSTEMS
  • CLARIFICATION OF ROLES FOR LMS AND TAS

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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
  • OBJECTIVES
  • EMPLOYMENT GENERATION
  • INCREASED GROWTH AND OUTPUT
  • MORE EVEN DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME AND ECONOMIC
    ACTIVITY
  • DEVELOPING AGRO INDUSTRIES
  • TRANSFORMING THE AUTO SECTOR
  • INNOVATION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
  • DIVERSIFYING MANUFACTURING
  • FORMATION OF INDUSTRIAL CLUSTERS
  • RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT INTO GREEN INDUSTRIES
  • PROMOTING PROVINCIAL TOURISM

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INFRASTRUCTURE
  • IDENTIFY AND DEVELOP INFRASTRUCTURE WITHIN FOCUS
    AREAS IN EACH MUNICIPALITY
  • DEVELOP ALTERNATIVE ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE
  • STRATEGIC TRANSPORT ROUTES
  • ENHANCED CONNECTIVITY IN ROAD, RAIL, PORTS AND
    AIRPORTS
  • SECURE WATER RESOURCES AND INTRODUCE WATER
    MANAGEMENT TO ADAPT TO CLIMATE CHANGE
  • OBJECTIVES
  • ELIMINATION OF BACKLOGS
  • STRATEGIC INFRASTRUCTURE LINKED TO ECONOMIC
    GROWTH
  • INTEGRATED PLANNING AND DELIVERY

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HUMAN RESOURCES
  • OBJECTIVES
  • UNIQUE, RELEVANT AND PROFESSIONAL SPATIAL
    DEVELOPMENT PLANNING
  • INFORMED DECISION MAKING BASED ON A FUSION OF
    INDIGENOUS AND CONVENTIONAL SYSTEMS
  • STRATEGIES
  • CO-ORDINATED DISTRICT BASED SUPPORT SYSTEM TO
    SPATIAL
  • PLANNING AND LUMS
  • TRAINING AND MENTORING OF STAFF, ADMINISTRATION,
    DECISION
  • MAKERS AND STAKEHOLDERS
  • PREPARATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF SDF TOOLKIT TO
    ASSIST
  • PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT

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GOVERNANCE
  • OBJECTIVES
  • ENFORCEABLE INTEGRATED SDFs WALL TO WALL
  • INTEGRATED LAND USE MANAGEMENT
  • STRATEGIES
  • EFFECTIVE INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
  • UNIFIED PROVINCIAL LEGISLATION WITH SDF
    ACCREDITATION CRITERIA
  • FUSION OF INDIGENOUS AND CONVENTIONAL LUMS
    APPROACHES
  • INSTITUTIONALISING OF SDFS TO BECOME THE
    INTEGRATING SPATIAL MANAGEMENT TOOL

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IMPLEMENTATION PROPOSALS
  • ENFORCEABLE SDFS
  • SPATIAL PLANS LINKED TO FUNDING APPROVALS
  • ACCREDITED SDFS
  • INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS
  • INSTITUTIONALISING SDFS
  • ENHANCED SPATIAL PLANNING PRACTICE
  • INFORMATION MANAGEMENT AND COMMUNICATION
  • TRAINING AND MENTORSHIP
  • PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT TOOLKITS

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FUTURE PROJECTS
  • ENVIRONMENTAL
  • Climate Change Implications And Mapping of
    Environmental Areas,
  • Agricultural Potential, Forestry, Heritage
    Areas, Renewable Energy Areas
  • SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND HUMAN SETTLEMENT
  • Research on population movement and migration,
    Settlement dynamics,
  • monitoring of land use change
  • RURAL DEVELOPMENT
  • Improving access to land (particularly women)
    mapping of food security
  • areas, Integrate ABPs into SDFs
  • INFRASTRUCTURE
  • Strategic Transport routes and Mobility through
    effective Transport
  • systems, Alternative energy, bulk infrastructure

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FUTURE PROJECTS (CONTINUED)
  • ECONOMIC
  • Mapping optimal locations of agro-industries,
    tourism attractions and destination development
    linked to routes.
  • HUMAN RESOURCES
  • Training and capacity building programmes,
    establish planning forum network
  • GOVERNANCE
  • Integrated LUMS, Fusion of Indigenous and
    conventional systems, establish an evaluation and
    monitoring system, Unified Provincial Spatial
    Planning and Land Use Management Act.

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